Benjamin Trail NP .177 Break Barrel Air Pistol
This Browning pistol is ideal for those looking for a break barrel spring handgun. The gun is suited to target shooting or short range dispatch of garden pests.
The gun is from Browning who have a reputation for high build quality and reliability and this spring pistol is no different. The gun is pellet firing and chambered in the more accurate .177 calibre.
The gun is fitted with adjustable fibre optic sights that allow for accurate targeting. The gun has a manual safety.
- Calibre: .177
- Power: 5 ft /lbs
- Power Type: Gas Ram
- Capacity: 1
- Overall Length: 40cm (Inc Cocking Aid)
- Barrel Length: 19.7cm
- Weight: 1.1kg
These items normally require Identification (Passport) or a firearms / Shotgun certificate before they are handed over. Shotguns, Rifles, Airguns and Moderators are usually good examples.
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BENJAMIN TRAIL NP .177 BREAK BARREL AIR PISTOL
Since 1897, the year when the first Browning gun was made, millions, even tens of millions, of shotguns and rifles for hunting or target shooting have been created and manufactured by Browning.
The inventor of the semi-automatic shotgun, Over-and-Under shotgun and, semi-automatic rifle, and most recently, an Over-and-Under gun with the lowest action frame and fastest firing system on the market.
This has left its mark on the history of gun-making with a wide array of models, all different, but with one thing in common – their reliability and their unparalleled levels of performance. Every day, throughout the world, Browning guns, old or new, smooth-bore or rifled, perform on the range or for hunting, providing great pleasure for their owners.
Target shooters, hunters, and collectors can find in these fascinating items a pleasure that is renewed endlessly. Among makes of weapons, just as with makes of watches or cars, there are some whose history is part of the reputation of the entire industry. Browning, for example.